PogoGirl Devlog #31: PogoGirl is Bouncing to Consoles!
Yes, it’s true: Go! Go! PogoGirl is soon coming to a console near you! Courtesy of Ratalaika Games, the game is coming to Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. That’s a lot of consoles!
We’ve been working on this for quite a while, but I just couldn’t keep it to myself anymore. I don’t actually have a release date yet, but I’ll let you know as soon as possible.
Naturally, this is a huge deal for me. I’ve always been a console kid, and seeing one of your games run on actual console hardware is just magical. My mind was blown when I got the first picture of PogoGirl bouncing through Spring on a Nintendo Switch.
But it’s also a huge deal because this marks the next step in my journey as a gamedev. As you might know, I’m trying very hard to focus on gamedev full time now, since I really want (and, at this point, need) to fulfill my childhood dream of making a living with gamedev. With one of my games hitting consoles, it feels like this dream just moved a tiny bit closer.
And that is amazing.
Anyway, I just wanted to blurt it out there. For more updates, follow me on Twitter and if you want to go an extra step in supporting me and my gamedev dream, check out my Patreon below!
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And we’re back again with more Kid Bubblegum! First of all, the game now has a Steam page, so I’d be tickled bubblegum pink if you could hop on over there and wishlist the game. It helps a lot! Now to the game itself. This week was spent building a few levels, making a new enemy type and polishing the game up to a basic state…just like I had planned to do.
You wanted it, you got it: By popular demand I’ll chronicle my Quest for Next Fest! Don’t know what that is? Then maybe read this, but the short version is: I’m making a new game, and I want to have a demo ready by the end of June, so that I can submit it to the next Steam Next Fest. It’s just something I wanna do. And in case you missed it: That new game is Kid Bubblegum!